Common Good Bookkeeping Cooperative arose out of a need recognized by local worker cooperatives and small community non-profits for affordable bookkeeping and administrative services.

We currently have 10 members and are looking to expand.

Key Benefits of Becoming a Member

  • Stability and consistency with workflow
  • Cooperative and collaborative work environment
  • Democratic decision-making
  • Investment in the cooperative (one share per member; payments deducted from bi-weekly paychecks)

Membership Admission Requirements

Members shall be limited to persons who:

  1. Patronize the cooperative through provision of their labor, whether part-time or full-time,
  2. Purchase or be in the process of purchasing one membership share, and
  3. Have completed or are in the six-month probationary period.

Contact us to learn more about becoming a member.